Discussion in 'Role Playing Resource' started by spycoder9, Nov 18, 2012.
The Fleet list is now canon! Hooray!
You should have Lawrence's ghost visit a certain young boy and 'counsel' him to take a certain path. *ahem*
"Use the list, Fleet..."
Haha! I love it.
And thank you @spycoder9, this is all your doing.
I was combing back over some old posts, and I rediscovered some sneaky little things Trieste did in his. They'll make you wonder how you never saw it coming. . .
Here's a quote from one of his earlier posts:
Soon Lawrence’s tent, a light Desert design large enough for one, was erected and he went inside. After the events of the day, it did not take long for the knight to drift into the sleep of dreams. They were dreams of Safia Rolmar, her body whipped by a fire that burned her not. Or was it Illiza—she shifted back in forth in a dream of fire and stone, fire and stone, fire and stone…And then there's this sneaky little tidbit:
He had once met a man of golden skin, round face, and long eyes who had visited Kalkheim, passing through. He came from a distant land, Lawrence couldn’t for the life of him remember where, and he said one morning upon arising that he was much troubled for his hosts. There had been a red sunrise that morning. In his land, a red sunrise was a sign that blood had been spilt in the night. Much to everyone’s relief, all were very much alive and breathing. But tonight Lawrence wondered whether or not a red sunset portended blood to come…From the Illiza/Ser Lawrence scene:
His hands dwelt upon the body of Illiza instead, the open robe. His own chest was laid bare now, he knew not how.“What has been said in the darkness shall be heard in the light.”The words of his mother echoed back to Lawrence through the halls of memory. Their house words. Lawrence would have to remember to keep his mouth shut for the remainder of the night. Behind them, the fire blazed brighter than before.
Before the battle in the Plains:
They were moving away from Fenton's base of power, not towards it. And he'd thought--incorrectly it seemed--that King Desmond has a firm hand on the Prairies to prevent the raiding of villages. He had expected a relatively uneventful journey. Very little of what Lawrence had expected was coming to pass this journey.
And the last one, when racing with the Princess:
BRANCH! Lawrence had only a moment to duck underneath the branch hanging over his course, readily apparent to anyone keeping their eyes forward and focused on they were going, but he'd been distracted by Safia. It had been a close shave. Getting one's head lopped off wouldn't make for a very good wedding. Lawrence gave his head a single shake to work off the sudden shock.Just something I wanted to share with everyone.
I think you give me too much credit on some of those. For example, I didn't know until it happened that Illiza would be burned alive. The other stuff...maybe I was being clever...or maybe hindsight is 20/20. The world will never know. Well, they will if you ever find out how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll pop.
The world may never know
When the acrobat said he'd seen everything from a high vantage point...I had a feeling I knew what was coming.
Yup, sure did.
Updates should be coming soon. Been a little busy the past few weeks.
Of course, after I posted that, I wound up catching the flu. I'm on the tail-end of it, so maybe I'll be able to get back on track.
Feel better @spycoder9. Have no worries, you're worth the wait. This is nothing.
What Grey said Spy
Hope you whip it quickly.
I hope you whip it quickly, and whip it good.
**reads Trieste's post...**
OMG, OMG, OMG!!!
Hehehe..I LOVE Chelsee!!
This is a fun family, I can see!!
The thought occurred to me that Lorain and Chelsee would likely get along pretty well.
I just tried this quiz for how I would die in Game of Thrones.
I answered as Tuckman would. . .guess what?
He dies by falling through the moon door, whatever that is,
I took the test as Fleet. Not sure I like the answer.
You got: You’d die in a sword fight!
Via HBOYou can be foolishly headstrong and stubborn in your ways. What seems like self-confidence is often a disguise for insecurity, and you find that you act in ways around people that don’t reflect your true self. You’ll give a noble effort, but will die by someone else’s sword.
Then again..I didnt like some of those questions... The guys they pictured were Far too dang ugly!!
I have to admit when I saw that section I was glad I was not playing a female character.
BWHAHAHAHA! Too hilarious.
So...I just answered for myself, not as a chracter in this game...and well...
You got: You’d be decapitated!
You’re well-intentioned and loyal to a fault. All you really want is to see justice in the world, but you find that others don’t quite understand you. You work very hard, but unfortunately your efforts never seem to get the attention they deserve. Sadly, this means you’d be killed by a backwards system of justice.
So...ummm...yeah...I'm going to go with this quiz being scarily accurate.
And then when I answered them the way I thought Ginnifer would answer them...I got the same thing.
I do not like where this is headed.
I'd prefer to die in a LASER SWORD FIGHT!
This causes me to remember a quote my sister and her husband have hanging on their wall that encapsulates my feelings about Ginnifer:
Hey all, posting my CS soon. :3
Lorain: "Fleet!...Time to bust a move outta dis desert!! Where's that boat again?!!!!"
Bust a move?